I hate myself a little for making the cheesy headline, but we do actually get plenty of strange looks when people first look at the Rogers Athletic Pendulum 5-Way Neck. “What’s that?” And
“Why would I train my neck?”
This is an overdue, entry-level post on the importance of head and neck training. Whether you’re a young football player, a father who’s preparing his son for sports, you should know about head and neck training. Moreover, if you’re just an Average Joe or Jane with a family history of dementia, alzheimer’s, or have ever been concussed, you should be familiar with head and neck training and should be doing it regularly.
Heck, if you drive or ride in a car – thus susceptible to whiplash injuries – you should be training your neck.
In short, everyone should be training their head and neck. period.
The reality of this post is that Dan should be writing it, and he will expand on this topic later. If we’re lucky, we’ll get Mike Gittleson to write something for us/you. But the work piles up and the weeks pass by and before you know it, kids are vying for glory, NCAA scholarships, and just having a good time on under the Friday Night Lights.